- Attend a free dinner to voice your thoughts about current and future partnerships between Chester and Widener University. Click here to find out all the dates.
- The Department of Public Health's October Health Bulletin contains useful information for students and families around a variety of health needs.
- DCIU's Office of Intellectual Disabilities presents a free session on Employment: Dispelling Myths and Overcoming Fears on November 1, 2014.
- Delaware County and Magellan's Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive runs from Oct 1 to Nov 21. Find out more about how you can help!
- Looking for employment but don't have the necessary skills? The Building Trades Program will help you begin a rewarding career today!
- Information for homeless children and youths is available here.
- ESL classes are available at St. Alice. Click here to find out more.
- Beyond the Rainbow is Delaware County LGBTQIA's Educational Summit. Click on the highlighted links for the flyer, the registration form, and the sponsor letter.
- Come meet Chester's own NBA star Tyreke Evans, while getting free vision exams & eye glasses for uninsured and under-insured Chester residents. September 3rd through 7th. Click here to find out more!
- Infant and Children Safety Fun Day is coming, Saturday, September 13, 2014.
- My Life Delco can make an impact in the life of a young person in your family who needs support:
- Have someone between ages 13 and 23 experiencing mental health, substance abuse, foster care, or other challenges? Encourage them to attend the next My Life Delco meeting!
- Summer Play Dates are being held by Delaware County IU every Wednesday in July and August. Click on the link above, or call 610-532-2811 to register and find out more.
- Bernardine Center presents Anger Management sessions for students ages 9-12 and their parents! The sessions run during July and August.
- Are you a parent with a mental illness? There are workshops and phone/online support groups available for you, to help you raise your child. Click on the links above to find out more.
- Are you a teen parent who needs help with education, childcare, welfare benefits, parenting or support? The Project Peace Teen Parent Program can help. So can the Chester Young Parents Program.